Mumbai University Syllabus for Mechanical Engineering VII and VIII Sem

MUMBAI UNIVERSITY SYLLABUS

Mechanical Engineering VII and VIII Sem

 

UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION AND EVALUATION (R2007)

(with effect from the academic year 2010-2011) COURSE: B.E. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

SEMESTER: VII

Sr.

No

Subjects

No. of periods of 1Hour

Duration of Theory Paper in Hours

Marks

Lectur

e

Practica

l

Tutori

al

Theor

y

Paper

Term

Work

Practica

l

Oral Total
1

Machine Design- II

4

2

4

100

25

25 150
2

CAD/CAM/CIM*

4

2

4+2PE

100

25

25

150
3

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

4

2

3

100

25

25 150
4

Manufacturing Planning and Control

4

2

3

100

25

25 150
5

Elective – I

4

2

3

100

25

25 150
6

Project

4

50

050

TOTAL

20

12

2

500

175

25

100 800

 

*Common with Automobile engineering. (PE) – Practical Examination

COURSE: B.E. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) SEMESTER: VIII

Sr.

No

Subjects

No. of periods of 1Hour

Duration of Theory Paper in Hours

Marks

Lectur

e

Practica

l

Tutori

al

Theor

y

Paper

Term

Work

Practica

l

Oral

Total
1

Automobile Engineering

4

2

3

100

25

125
2

Finite Element Analysis*

4

2

4

100

25

25

150
3

Industrial Engineering and Enterprise Resource Planning

4

2

3

100

25

125
4

Elective – II

4

2

3 #

100

25

25

150
5

Project

8

100

50

150

TOTAL

16

14

2

400

200

100

700

 

*Common with Automobile engineering. # Theory paper duration for Elective Mechanical System Design consists of 4Hrs.

(PE) – Practical Examination

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS

Sr.No

Elective I ( Semester VII )

Sr.No

Elective II ( Semester VIII )

PAIRED ELECTIVES

P1

Supply Chain Management*

P1

Business Process Re engineering*

P2

Cryogenic Engineering*

P2

Advanced Refrigeration and Air Conditioning*

P3

Nuclear Technology – I

P3

Nuclear Technology – II

OPEN ELECTIVES

1

Micro Electro Mechanical Systems(MEMS) *

1

Introduction to N anotechnology*

2

Power Plant Engineering

2

Non Conventional Energy Sources

3

Operations Research*

3

Project management*

4

Information Technology for Management of Enterprises*

4

Product Life Cycle Management*

5

Virtual Reality*

5

Artificial and Machine Intelligence *

6

Computational Fluid Dynamics*

6

Advanced Turbo machinery*

7

Industrial Robotics*

7

Mechanical System Design

8

Piping Engineering

8

Process Equipment Design

9

Dynamic System Modelling & Analysis

   

 

* Common with Automobile engineering.

Paired Electives If student selects sr. no.P1 as elective -I in semester VII then he/she has to choose sr. no.P1 as elective -II in semester VIII.

Open Electives :- Students can select any one subject as elective-I in semester- VII from sr. no. 1 to 6 and any one subject as elective-II in semester-VIII, from the list.

CLASS: B.E. (Mechanical )

Semester:- VII

SUBJECT: MACHINE DESIGN – II
Periods per week. 1Period of 60 min. Lecture

04

Practical

02

Tutorial

 

Hours

Marks

Evaluation System Theory Examination

04

100

  Practical

  Oral Examination

25

  Term Work

25

  TOTAL  

150

 

Sr. No.

Details

Hrs.

Module

01

Design of spur, helical, bevels and worm gears.

Two stage Gear box consisting of spur and helical gear pair: design approach through system design, gear box housing layout and housing design

12

Module

02

Selection of rolling contact bearings based on constant /Variable Load & speed conditions (includes deep groove ball bearing, cylindrical roller, taper roller and self aligning bearing) 08

Module

03

Design of hydro dynamically lubricated bearings (Self contained) Introduction to hydro Static bearings Selection of Mechanical Seals 06

Module

04

Design of cam and follower mechanisms. 06

Module

05

Design of main components of centrifugal pump –

Motor selection, Suction and delivery pipe, Impeller, Impeller shaft,

Volute casing. (system design approach)

08

Module

06

Design of Snatch Block assembly including Rope selection, Sheave, Hook, Bearing for hook, cross piece, Axle for sheave and shackle plate 08

 

TERM WORK:

Term work shall comprise of

1)                Exercises on the above topics in the form of design calculations with sketches and or drawings.

2)                 Design and detailed assembly drawing on FULL imperial drawing sheets of Min. two design problem, from the module 1, 4, 5 and 6

3)                 Course project*

4)                 Class Test based on above syllabus.

*   Course Projects- There will be a course project where the students will be able to apply and integrate the knowledge gained during the course. The projects will be developed by teams of Two to Four students and will consist of design of any system having min. 5 to 6 components.

Class Assignments & Drawing Sheets : 10 Marks Course Projects          : 05 Marks

        : 10Marks

Total : 25 Marks

NOTE:

Use of standard design data books like PSG Data Book , Design Data by Mahadevan is permitted at the examination and shall be supplied by the institute.

Oral Examination:

Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus.

Theory Examination:

  1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question, each of 20 Marks
  2. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.
  3. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3)
  4. Only five question need to be solved.

In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of

respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.

 

 

 

 

TEXT BOOKS:

Machine Design Exercises

Design of machine elements

Machine Design – An Integrated Approach

Mechanical Engineering Design Machine Design Exercises Recommended Data Books

–  S.N. Trikha, Khanna Publications, Delhi

–  V. B. Bhandari Tata McGraw Hill Pub.

–  Robert L. Norton – Pearson Education Asia.

–  J. E. Shigley – McGraw Hill

–  S.N. Trikha, Khanna Publications, Delhi

–  PSG, K. Mahadevan

 

 

 

REFERENCES:

Gear Design Handbook Material handling equipments Material handling equipments Machine Design Machine Design

Design of Machine Elements Design of Machine Elements Pumps

–  Gitin Maitra

–  N. Rudenko , Peace Publication

–  Alexandrov, MIR Publication

–  Reshetov – Mir Publication

–  Patel, Pandya, Sikh Vol – I & II, C. Jamnadas & Co. Educational & Law Publishers

–  V.M. Faires.

–  Spotts.

–  Sahu

 

CLASS: BE(Mechanical ) Semester:-VII
SUBJECT: CAD/CAM/CIM
Periods per week lPeriod of 60 min. Lecture

4

Practical

2

Tutorial

 

Hours

Marks

Evaluation System Theory Examination

4

100

  Practical

2 (PE)

25

  Oral Examination  

  Term Work  

25

  TOTAL  

150

 

Sr. No.

Details

Hrs.

Module

01

INTRODUCTION & ELEMENTS OF INTERACTIVE COMPUTER GRAPHICS

The design process, the role of modeling & communication, modeling using CAD, Product life cycle & CAD/ CAM, Concurrent engineering in Product design & development, Collaborative Engineering, computers for design Process, CAD System Architecture.

The design workstation & its functions, Operator input devices (Mouse, keyboard, tracker ball & Joy Stick etc.), Output devices (Printers & Plotters), two dimensional computer graphics, vector generation, the windowing transformation, three dimensional Computer graphics, viewing transformation, Homogeneous coordinates, Perspective projection, Visual realism, Hidden line removal & hidden surface removal algorithm, light & shade ray tracing.

08

Module

02

TECHNIQUES FOR GEOMETRIC MODELING

Graphic standards, The parametric representation of geometry, Bezier curves, Cubic Spline curve, B-Spline curve, parametric representation of line, circle, ellipse & parabola constructive solid geometry (CSG), Boundary Representation (B-Rep), Wire Frame Modeling, Solid Modeling, Surface Modeling, Parametric Modeling, feature based modeling, Feature recognition, Design by feature.

06

Module

03

TRANSFORMATION, MAINPULATION & DATA STORAGE

2D & 3D Transformations (Translation, Rotation, & Scaling & Magnification), Concatenations, Matrix representation, Problems & object oriented programming on Transformations. Object transformation, mirror transformation, Data Structures for interactive modeling, Bill of materials from attribute data, The use of Object Orientation & associatively, Engineering data management system, relational data base for design, object Oriental database, Structured Query language, Design information Systems. Artificial Intelligence in Design & Manufacturing, Representation of Knowledge, and Knowledge base Engineering.

08

 

Module

04

NC & CNC TECHNOLOGY

Introduction, basic components of NC system, NC Procedure, NC Coordinate Systems, & NC motion control systems, Applications, Advantages & Disadvantages of NC machines. Punched tape in NC, Tape coding & format, Manual Part Programming, Computer Aided Part Programming, Problems with conventional NC, CNC functions & advantages, DNC, adaptive Control, CNC programming concepts, Trends & new developments in NC, Part programmers job, functions of a post processor, NC part programming languages, Elements of a APT language, The Macro Statement in APT, Subroutines, NC programming with interactive graphics. Constructional details of CNC machines, Feed back devices- Velocity & displacement, FMS, Machining Centers and its types, Automated Material Handling & storage Systems like Robots, AGVs and AS/RS etc.

12

Module

05

Group Technology, CAPP, and CAQC

Introduction to GT, Part Families, parts Classification & Coding, GT Machine cells, Benefits of GT

Introduction to Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP), Retrieval type Process Planning Systems, Generative type Process Planning Systems, Benefits of CAPP, Artificial Intelligence in CAPP,_PFA, Similarity coefficient matrix.

Introduction to Computer Aided Quality Control (CAQC), Computers in QC, Contact Inspection methods, Non Contact Inspection methods, Computer Aided Testing, Integration of CAQC with CAD/CAM

08

Module

06

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING & TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN PRACTICES

Introduction, Evolution, Objectives, CIM Hardware and Software, CIM Benefits, Nature and role of the elements of CIM, Identifying CIM needs, Data base requirements of CIM, Role of CAD/CAM in CIM, Obstacles to Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Concept of the future CIM systems, Socio -techno- economic aspects of CIM.

Rapid Prototyping, Virtual Prototyping, Design for Manufacturing, Design for Assembly and Dis- Assembly, Reverse Engineering and Data Capture techniques, Green Manufacturing.

07

 

TERM WORK:

Term work shall consist of class assignments, laboratory assignments, programming for transformations, part programming, part fabrication on CNC trainer, and written test. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:

  1. Assignments (at least one on each topic) – (05 Marks)
  2. Assignments using 3D Modeling Software’s like PRO-E, CATIA, UNIGRAPHICS, SOLID WORKS, IDEAS, HYPER MESH, Programming for Algorithms, transformations –   (05 Marks)
  3. Part Programming Exercises and machining/fabrication of components (at least two) on CNC machines (Turning and Milling each one) –                                         (05 Marks)
  4. Class test –                             (10 Marks)
  5. Total                                    (25 Marks)

Theory Examination:

  1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question, each of 20 Marks
  2. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.
  3. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3)
  4. Only five question need to be solved.

In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.

Practical Examination:

Practical examination of 2 hours duration based on any one of the followings

1)     Programming for Algorithms, transformations

2)     Part Programming and machining/fabrication of components (only simulation)

3)     3D Modeling of machine elements using Software’s like PRO-E, CATIA, UNIGRAPHICS, SOLID WORKS, IDEAS, HYPER MESH, etc.

Text Books:

  1. 1.     “CAD/CAM Computer Aided and Manufacturing” by Mikell P. Groover and Emory W. Zimmers, Jr., Eastern Economy Edition,PHI
  2. 2.     “CAD/ CAM , Theory & Practice” by Ibrahim Zeid, R. Sivasubramanian, Tata McGraw Hill Publications
  3. 3.     “Computer Graphics” by Donald Hearn and M. Pauline Baker, Eastern Economy Edition
  4. 4.     “CAD/CAM Principles, Practice and Manufacturing Management” by Chris McMahon, Jimmie Browne, Pearson Education
  5. 5.     “CAD/CAM/CIM” by P. Radhakrishan, S. Subramanyan, V. Raju, New Age International Publishers
  6. 6.     “CAD/CAM Principles and Applications” by P.N. Rao, Tata McGraw Hill Publications
  7. 7.     “Principle of Computer Graphics” by William .M. Neumann and Robert .F. Sproul, McGraw Hill Book Co. Singapore.
  8. 8.     David L. Goetsch, Fundamental of CIM technology ,Delmar publication
  9. 9.      David Bedworth, Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing, McGraw Hill.
  10. 10.  “CNC Machines” by B.S. Pabla and M. Adithan, New Age International Publishers.
    1. 11.  “Numerical Control and Computer Aided Manufacturing” , T.K. Kundra, P.N. Rao, N.K. Tiwari, Tata McGraw Hill
    2. 12.  “CNC Technology and Programming”, Krar, S., and Gill, A., McGraw Hill publishers
      1. 13.  “Computer Integrated Manufacturing- An Introduction with Case Studies” by Paul G. Ranky, Prentice Hall International
      2. 14.  “Flexible Manufacturing Systems” by H.K. Shivanand, M.M. Benal, V.Koti, New Age International Publishers
      3. 15.  “Automation, Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing “, Groover M.P., Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. Ltd
      4. 16.  “Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics”, Rogers D F I and Adams J A, McGraw-Hill.

REFERENCE BOOKS

  1. “Computer Integrated Manufacturing Hand Book” by Eric Teicholz, Joel N. Orr,

McGraw Hill International Editions

CLASS: BE(Mechanical) Semester:-VII
SUBJECT: REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Lecture

04

Practical

02

Tutorial

 

Hours

Marks

Evaluation System Theory Examination

03

100

  Practical

  Oral Examination  

25

  Term Work  

25

  TOTAL  

150

 

Sr. No.

Details

Hrs.

Module

01

1)    Introduction to Refrigeration

Carnot refrigerator, Carnot heat pump, Co-efficient of Performance, unit of refrigeration.

2)  Aircraft Air refrigeration systems

2.1  Need for aircraft air-refrigeration

2.2  Simple air-cooling system

2.3  Bootstrap air cooling system

2.4  Reduced ambient air-cooling system

2.5  Regenerative air cooling system Comparison of above aircraft, air refrigeration systems

7

Module

02

3) Vapor Compression Refrigeration System 3.1 Simple vapor compression cycle.

Effect of liquid sub cooling and suction vapor super heating. Liquid vapor heat exchanger (LVHE). Actual VCR cycle. 3.2Two stage VCR cycle. Water intercooler, Flash chamber, Multievaporators.

3.3 Refrigerants- Desirable properties of refrigerants. Designation system for refrigerants. Thermodynamic, Chemical and Physical properties. Secondary refrigerants. ODP and GWP.

3.4 Types of evaporators, condensers, expansion devices and Compressors. Defrosting.

9

Module

03

4 Vapor Absorption Refrigeration.

4.1   Importance of VAR system.

4.2  Amonia-water VAR system. Enthalpy-Concentration chart. Analysis of the system

4.3  Lithium Bromide – Water VAR system. Single and double effect. Electrolux refrigeration system

8

 

 

Module

04

5. Psychrometry

5.1  Psychrometric properties, chart and processes. Bypass factor, Apparatus dew point temperature.

5.2  Cooling tower- Types of cooling towers, tower approach, tower range, tower efficiency, tower losses,

tower maintenance.

8

Module

05

6 Air-Conditioning

6.1  Adiabatic mixing of two air streams, RSHF, GSHF, ERSHF, Room apparatus dew point and coil apparatus dew point. Design of winter and summer air-conditioning systems.

6.2  Human Comfort- Effective temperature, Comfort chart, Comfort zone, air filters.

8

Module

06

7    Duct Design-

Friction chart for circular ducts. Equivalent diameter of a circular duct for rectangular ducts. Static pressure regain and equal pressure drop methods of duct design. Fans and blowers.

8    Controls – Thermostat, LP/HP cutoff, Thermopiles, hygrometer, Interlocking control.

9        Applications- study of commercial ice making plant,

house hold refrigerator, manufacturing of dry ice, window air conditioner, Liquefaction of gases (cryogenics), thermoelectric refrigeration. Deep sea water air-conditioning.

8

 

List of Experiments:

1)  Assignments based on above syllabus (At least 10 numerical problems)

2)   Experiments to find COP for equipments like water cooler, Window air conditioner, etc

3)  Experiments involving the study of humidification dehumidification, heating and cooling. Mixing of two air streams.

4)  Visit report- Cold storage plant / ice plant or air-conditioning plant.

Theory Examination:

  1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question, each of 20 Marks
  2. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.
  3. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3)
  4. Only five question need to be solved.

In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.

Oral Examination:

Oral examination will be on maximum portion of syllabus.

Term Work:

Term work shall consist of experiments, assignments (at least one on written test. The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:

  • Laboratory work (experiments/assignments/visit report): (15)
  • Test (at least one):…………. (10)

TOTAL:………………………… (25)

Text Books:

1)  Refrigeration and air-conditioning – C P Arora, Tata McGraw Hill Publication

2)  Principles of refrigeration – R J Dossat, Willey Eastern Publication

3)   Refrigeration and air-conditioning – W F Stoker and J W Jones, Tata McGraw Hill Publication

4)  Modern Air-conditioning practice – C P Arora, Tata McGraw Hill Publication References:

1)     Refrigeration and air-conditioning- Manohar Prasad, New Age Int (P) Ltd.

2)  Basic Refrigeration and air-conditioning- P.Ananthanarayana, Tata Mcgraw

 

CLASS: BE (Mechanical) Semester:-VII
SUBJECT: MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND CONTROL
Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Lecture

04

Practical

Tutorial

02

  Hours

Marks

Evaluation System Theory Examination 03

100

  Practical

  Oral Examination  

25

  Term Work  

25

  TOTAL  

150

 

Sr. No.

Details

Hrs.

Module

01

Manufacturing Planning and control System:

Manufacturing – transformation process, Manufacturing as competitive advantage. Manufacturing system – components and types. Types of products. MPC system overview objectives and functions such as planning routing, scheduling, dispatching and follow up.

Forecasting:

Need for forecasting, Types of forecast. Extrapolative methods- Moving average method, Exponential smoothing method, Forecast errors, Linear trend model. Causal methods- Simple regression analysis.

8

Module

02

Planning Function: Capacity planning and aggregate planning. Master production schedule, Shop floor Control.

6

Module

03

Planning for Material requirements:

MRP and MRP II, Concept of JIT.

Inventory control systems, Economic Order Quantity. Buffer stocks. Purchase and Production type of inventory. Quantity discount.

9

Module

04

Scheduling & Sequencing:

Scheduling concept, Scheduling of processes, Gantt chart, job shop scheduling, – Comparison of various methods, Sequencing of tasks using, Johnson’s rule.

Project management:

Concepts of project planning, monitoring and control, Project management through network analysis, CPM & PERT, Cost analysis and crashing.

9

Module

05

Advanced concepts in production planning I :

Mathematical programming approaches- Linear programming problem, Formulation, Simplex method for maximization and minimization, concept of duality.

8

Module

06

Advanced concepts in production planning II :

Assignment model, Transportation model.

Simulation: Need for simulation, Monte Carlo technique.

8

 

TERM WORK:

The Term work shall comprise of at least six assignments (Problems and Case Studies) covering different topics of the syllabus, One Seminar Presentation Report and One Test.

The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:

  • Laboratory work (Assignments/Case studies/seminar): … (15) Marks.
  • Test (at least one):…………. (10) Marks.

TOTAL:………………………… (25) Marks.

Theory Examination:

  1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question, each of 20 Marks
  2. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.
  3. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3)
  4. Only five question need to be solved.

In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.

Oral Examination:

Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus.

Text Book:

  1. 1.     Manufacturing Planning & Control Systems by Thomas E. Vollman. William L.

Berry and others. Galgotia Publications

  1. 2.     Production and Operations Mnagement by S. N. Chary – T. M. H. Publishing Company.
  2. 3.      Modernization of Materials Management by L. C. Jhamb – Everest Publishing House.
    1. 4.     Operation Research by Hamdy H. Taha, Pearson/Prentice Hall
    2. 5.     Operation Research by Wayne Winston, Cengage Learning
    3. 6.     Operation Research by Shah, Ravi, Hardik Soni, PHI Learning
    4. 7.     Operation Research by Panneerselvam, PHI Learning
    5. 8.     Production Operation Research by Adam Ebert, PHI Learning
    6. 9.     Manufacturing Process Planning and System Engineering by Anand Bewoor, Dreamtech Press.

Reference Books:

1)     Modern production / Operations management by Elwood S. Buffa & Rakesh K. Sarin,

Wiley

2)      Industrial and Production management by Martand Telsang, S.Chand

3)     Manufacturing, planning and control Systems by Thomos Vollman , William Berry and others, Tata Mc-Grow Hill.

4)   Operation Research by J K Sharma, Macmillan

5)  Production Planning and Inventory Control by S.L.Narasimhan and other. Prentice Hall

CLASS: BE(Mechanical) Semester:-VII
SUBJECT: Supply Chain Management (Elective I)
Periods per week. 1Period of 60 min. Lecture

4

Practical

2

Tutorial

 

Hours

Marks

Evaluation System Theory Examination

3

100

  Practical

  Oral Examination

25

  Term Work

25

  TOTAL  

150

 

Sr. No.

Details

Hrs.

Module

01

1. INTRODUCTION TO SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT:

Current Business Scenario, Value Matrix Analysis, Evolution of SCM Function, Theme and Pillars of SCM System, How Supply chain works? Participants in the Supply Chain, Supply chain drivers, Supply chain structure

04

Module

02

2. SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS:

2.1   Planning and Sourcing

Demand forecasting ,Pricing and Promotional Impacts on demand, CPFR Concepts, CODP Concepts, Consensus Forecasting, Demand and Pricing Optimization

2.2   Making and Delivering

Product Design, Production Scheduling, Facility Management, Order Management, Delivery Scheduling, Distribution network design, channels of Distribution, Plant and warehouse location.

12

Module

03

3. MATERIALS MANAGEMENT IN SUPPLY CHAIN

Scope, importance, classification of materials, Procurement, Purchasing policies, vendor development and evaluation, Inventory control systems of stock replenishment, Cost elements

New Supply Planning Paradigms, VMI, CMI,Green Channel supply, KM Model of Supplier Partnership, Multi-tier Supplier Partnerships Use of computers for materials function.

08

Module

04

4. LOGISTICS

4.1     Logistics Evolution, 8 wings of Logistics,

Distribution Network Systems, Warehousing and Inventory Cross-Docs, Multi-Modal Optimization, Inbound and Outbound handling, Containerization, TPL, FPL, MPL Partnering, Reverse Logistics

4.2   Transportation: Individual Freight and passenger modes, intermodal transportation and third party transportation services, economic social, and political roles of transportation, demand, cost and service characteristics of different transport services, carrier selection and evaluation methods, contracting for transportation services, freight rate structure, Private fleet management, Claim management, International transportation, Ocean carrier management, port administration and

10

 

  regulation, costing and pricing issues of international transportation, logistics, cost transport mode choice, Dispatch decisions, routing decisions, routing Models, packaging to suit mode of Transport  

Module

05

5. SUPPLY CHAIN COORDINATION AND USE OF TECHNOLOGY

The “Bullwhip” Effect, Supply Chain Coordination factors, Collaborative Planning, Forecasting, and Replenishment, supported information systems, E-Business and Supply Chain Integration, SCM systems Vendors, Types of Applications, Optimization Modeling, E-Business and Systems Integrations from ERP to SCM, KM, APS Systems, Further integration to CRM

06

Module

06

6.1  MEASURING PERFORMANCE: SUPPLY CHAIN METRICS

Market Performance Categories, Framework for Performance Measurement,, Internal Efficiency Metrics, Demand Flexibility Metrics, Product Development Metrics,

Benchmarking and SCM SCORE modeling

6.2   TOTAL DISTRIBUTION COST ANALYSIS

06

 

Theory Examination:

  1. Question paper will comprise of total seven question, each of 20 Marks
  2. Question one will be compulsory and based on maximum part of syllabus.
    1. Remaining questions will be mixed in nature (for example supposed Q.2 has part (a) from module 3 then part (b) will be from any module other than module 3)
    2. Only five question need to be solved.

In question paper weightage of each module will be proportional to number of respective lecture hours as mention in the syllabus.

Oral Examination:

Oral examination will be on maximum portion of the syllabus.

Term Work:

Case Study /Course Project: Report of 10 – 15 pages on any topic from syllabus

Term work shall consist of minimum 06 assignments and written test. The distribution of

marks for term work shall be as follows:

  • Laboratory work (course project / assignments): (15) Marks.
  • Test (at least one):…………. (10) Marks.

TOTAL:……………………… (25) Marks. Text Books:

  1. 1.     “Supply Chain Management: Concepts and Cases”, Altekar Rahul V., Prentice Hall of India, 2005
  2. 2.      Materials Management and purchasing, Ammer DS Taraporewala
  3. 3.        “Modeling the Supply Chain”, Jeremy F. Shapiro, Thomson Learning Publication

References:

  1. Supply Chain Management Theories and Practices(Set) by R.P. Mohanty and S. G. Deshmukh , Biztantra Publication.
  2. Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Martin Christopher, Richard Irwin
  3. Supply Chain Management: Janat Shah, Pearson Education.
  4. Principles of Supply Chain Management, Joel Wisner, G. Keong, Cengage Learning

 

CLASS: BE(Mechanical) Semester:-VII
SUBJECT: CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING (ELECTIVE I)
Periods per week 1Period of 60 min. Lecture

04

Practical

02

Tutorial

 

Hours

Marks

Evaluation System Theory Examination

03

100

  Practical  

  Oral Examination  

25

  Term Work  

25

  TOTAL  

150

 

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Sr. No.

Details

Hrs.

Module

01

1.1  Introduction to cryogenic systems – development and present state of affairs of cryogenic engineering.

1.2  Low temperature properties of engineering materials, thermal engineering and magnetic properties of cryogenic fluids.

06

Module

02

2. Gas liquefaction systems: system performance parameters, Thermodynamically ideal systems- Joule- Thomson-effect-adiabatic expansion- critical components of liquefaction systems. 08

Module

03

3. Gas separation and purification systems- cryogenic-refrigeration systems, expansion engines refrigeration systems. 10

Module

04

4. Phillips refrigerators, importance of refrigerator effectiveness, Vuilleumier refrigerator, Solvay refrigerator, Gifford-McMahon refrigerator, refrigerators using solids a

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